Stay Alive: LaserLyte Zombie Killer Accessories
American Rifleman Editor-in-Chief Mark Keefe talks to LaserLyte's Aaron Moore about the company's new Zombie Killer accessories.
Your father was probably the one who got you started in shooting, yet you’re trolling the bargain bins in discount stores this week, hoping to find something inexpensive that will satisfy his insatiable appetite for dust-collecting knickknacks.
G.L.M. Bayonet Lug To Picatinny Rail Adapter
The G.L.M. attaches to a bayonet lug and provides a place to add lights, lasers or bipods to most military-type rilfes
Which Bayonet For The '97 "Trench Gun"?
Ever wonder if there was a special bayonet made just for the Model 1897 Trench Gun from WWI?
U.S. M1917 Vs. British Pattern 13 Bayonets
These days, U.S. M1917 bayonets command a premium over the P’13 bayonets, even though about 2.5 million M1917 bayonets were made.
M1917 Display Bayonet
When the M1917 rifle and bayonet were adopted in 1917, the bayonets were manufactured by Remington and Winchester. Learn more here.
Rifleman Q&A: An M1917 Bayonet Made For Vietnam?
An American Rifleman reader writes in about an M1917 bayonet produced with plastic grips. Is this right for a World War I-era rifle?
Rifleman Q&A: When Did M1 Carbines Get Bayonet Lugs?
I recently purchased an M1 carbine manufactured by Quality Hardware that has a bayonet lug. Is this part original to the gun or was it added later?
Rifleman Q&A: Correct WWII M1 Bayonets
From the American Rifleman archives, NRA member writes Dope Bag noting trouble with sourcing a proper-length bayonet to display with a personal World War II M1 Garand rifle.
Rifleman Q&A: Serialized Springfield Bayonets
I have noticed that many bayonets for the M1903 Springfield rifle have serial numbers. Were the rifles and bayonets supposed to be issued with the same serial number?